NEW DETAILS: 5 things to know about Austin Landing jobs, buildings


Austin Landing developers are constructing a new building as the next home of a Dayton company planning to move its headquarters to the Miami Twp. mixed-use retail complex.

The three-story, 38,822-square-foot building Midmark Corp. will occupy will add to a growing business environment on north side of the 142 acres on Austin Boulevard near the Interstate 75 interchange being developed by VisCap Development.

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According to VisCap and township records, here are five things to know about office space at Austin Landing:

•This will be the fifth office building. It joins two-story Teradata, four-story Discovery Place, four-story Enterprise Place, and five-story Progress Park Tower.

•There are now 34 tenants. This includes one of the township’s largest employers – Teradata – which has about 400 jobs there.

•There are an estimated 1,900 jobs within the buildings.

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•The square footage of office space is currently about 435,000. This does not include the building now under construction.

•More than 96 percent of the office space is under lease.

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